Freedom fighters BZRK may have lost the first battle, but the war is far from over. BZRK: RELOADED by Michael Grant, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. “Down in the meat”. That’s where much, but not all, of the excitement occurs in this futuristic novel with an ambitious premise. BZRK are the good guys in this.

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BZRK: Reloaded

At the end of BZRK, our reloadedd entire BZRK cell was left in ruins after a battle at the nano level with the evil Armstrong Twins, conjoined brothers who see emotion and free will as the downfall of mankind. Their goal is to use nanotechnology to rewire human brains and will stop at nothing to see it happen. Relowded leader Vincent sits in a comatose state with secrets haunting his shattered mind, secrets that some people will stop at nothing to protect.

Noah and Sadie are left reeling from moment to moment trying to figure out who to trust, what to fight for, and holding on to whatever free will they can with little nanobots running through their bodies.


Oh, and trying not to get dead. The stakes are upped, the action is amped, and the questions raised are powerful. When you spend a lot of time with a person, years, they change in little ways. I have been married 18 years and my relozded has changed a lot.

I have given birth to two children and they have changed a lot. We always assume and take for granted that they are in charge of their destinies, that teloaded are the ones choosing to become who they are becoming. But what if they are not? As reloaced person, as a U. But what if the technology existed to take those freedoms away? It feels like that is what you are thinking and feeling, even if it is coming from an outside source.


Free will is one of the primary themes of the American life, of human existence, and these thought provoking novels. We talk a lot about the government in the news lately.

Recent reports indicate that there is an increase in use of excessive force against U. After the Boston bombing martial law was declared as the police hunted for the suspects. There are a lot of people out there with different theories about the government, but it could be worse than we ever imagined: In a time like today when we are questioning who is controlling the government, BZRK takes that thought process to whole new — and terrifying — levels.

Human trafficking is a growing issue. We now know that 1.

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Most of these individuals end up being used in various forms of sex slavery. In BZRK, they are also used as human experiments. Captured vzrk experimented on against their will, the ethics of science become a huge talking point.

It is a fascinating and all too important discussion that we should be having as we learn more and more what we can do with science.

If there is anything I think this series is failing at, it is the marketing. This is not truly a YA book, it is a great Science Fiction series that also has some teenage points of view. You do have to read BZRK rdloaded or you will understand nothing.


But BZRK has the most amazing opening sequences ever bzrj go for it. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.

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